DISC Interiors is featured on Design Milk talking about what inspires our work.
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"It was at a show nearly 20 years ago, at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, that I first discovered the paintings of Agnes Martin. The show, called “Negotiating Rapture: The Power of Art to Transform Lives,” included works by Joseph Beuys, James Lee Byars, and Lucio Fontana. Never having read about Martin’s work prior, her paintings shattered my thoughts of what a painting needed to do, and introduced me to the idea of what art could do. There is a great line in one of her early letters, she says, "I have only one worry in the world! It is that my paintings will show downtown and fail there. They will fail because they are non-aggressive – they are not even outgoing – in a competitive environment, with big displays of aggressive artwork.” Her work is a testament that quieter works do have an impact. I’ve continued to be captivated by the way her works celebrate light and space, and the strange calm I feel just gazing into her ethereal grids and painted boxes. "– David John
DISC Interiors: The dynamic duo behind DISC Interiors is Krista Schrock and David John, a Los Angeles-based pair that offers clients full service interior design. Established in 2011, the firm quickly gained a reputation for warm, modern spaces, while exuding that effortless California feel. The combined synergy brought forth from their diverse backgrounds and working with various artisans, furniture and textile designers, equals the perfect combination of eclectic modernity. For this week’s Friday Five, the twosome shares their motley mix of inspirations.
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